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Biebel Brittanys - Kentucky American Brittany Breeders
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About Biebel Brittanys
We breed, raise and train high quality Brittanys from Nolan's Last Bullet, Microdot, Grand Junction Jake, Gamblers Ace in the Hole, and Hammerin Hank/Dandy blood lines. Our Brittanys have wonderful persaonalities, love to hunt, are natural retreivers, have long range noses and are very smart. They are easy to house train and make great family dogs as well as bird dogs. Our Brittanys are bred for long legs, short hair coats and are not aggressive. We have both orange & white and liver & white pups and dogs. Our Brittanys will hunt Huns, Grouse and Pheasants up close and will range out to cover ground when Quail or Chukar hunting. With long range noses they will find birds, lock up and point, are natural backers, will hunt dead, retreive to hand, and then scoot to do it all over again and again! We love to hunt with our BiebelBrittanys. We have a sharptailed grouse and pheasant hunting camp in eastern MT, pheasant camps in North & South Dakota and Iowa, and a quail camp in KY. You and your new pup or dog can come join us! Harold Biebel.
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PO Box 1498
Bowling Green, Kentucky 42102
Breeding quality gun dogs for over 15 years.
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Submitted by: Kevin in CO on Nov 04, 2014Harold
I purchased some pigeons today and took Remy out for his first attempt a pointing live birds. He was awesome! Not only did he point them but I guess the whoa and heel practice we have been doing is actually working. The first few time he didn't want to hold when I told him to whoa but after about five runs he started holding his point and letting me walk past him to flush the bird. It's gotta be in his genes, right! Thought you might like to hear how he's coming along.
Kevin in Colorado
Submitted by: Lisa in Cleveland on Nov 04, 2014Harold,
We are driving home from a pheasant hunt today. LIV got her first taste of a 'big bird' and she LIKED it! The trouble was her shooters were rusty. Livy pointed 8 birds and we hit one.
Trip was the Energizer Bunny and kept going and going and going. The men we were with loved her. They kept saying what a hard tough hunter she is.
Watching the dogs work is poetry in motion. I don't care if I bring home a bunch of pheasants, I love watching my dogs work - and they work well. You can see how much the dogs love to hunt and how much they love to work for you the hunter.
In all a picture perfect day.
Say hello to Renee and the pack, the Edgehouses send our love,
Submitted by: Ryan in TX on Oct 29, 2014Harold. Just wanted to update you on Huckleberry Terry. His 1st dove hunt(17 weeks old) Huck picked up 3 of 9 killed birds & brought them back placing them in my hand. 2nd Hunt I killed 6, he retrieved 5. All of which were in a field with standing beans. 3rd hunt(bean field again) killed 6 & he picked all of them up. We have hunted several more times & he gets better every time. I have even had him retrieving my golf balls on the putting green at a local golf course. Ha! We have been getting our duck blinds ready & I’m anxious to see how he fairs. I’ll send you some pics. Hope all is well! Keep in touch… Ryan in Texas.
Submitted by: Ed in CA on Oct 28, 2014Her is an update on Molly & Huck’s little girl “Lots of Liver”. We did end up naming her TAZ, short for Tazly, a name my daughter came up with.
I have her out on little 2 or 3 mile ‘hunts’ a couple of times a week. She sight points doves in the field or trees, watches & follows every bird that flies over head and points & holds for a couple of seconds at noises she hears in the bush.
The hills I take her has a couple of shallow 2 – 3 inch deep & 10 foot wide river crossings, which she negotiates with no problems. She is getting a bit bolder and on our walks and is ranging out about 20 to 30 yards in front of me.
She knows her name and comes to me when I call her. Retrieves frozen dove to my hand and we are slowly working on getting her used to noise. Funny thing about her, she jumps a little noises, but last week in the yard while I was tuning up a couple of my quads, when they back-fired she didn’t flinch a bit, and just stood looking at me and the noise as if we didn’t exist.
She’s a bit over doubled in size, fills up her shipping crate, and ready to be moved to her full sized crate. She stands about 13 inches at her shoulders and is all legs. She is a good looking dog and is stylish in her stance.
I’ve attached a picture of her out in a field sight pointing birds.
Submitted by: Laura in Lexington KY on Oct 28, 2014BiebelBrittany Lucky at nine months old! Can't believe he let me get this picture of him! He was watching a flock of birds overhead, turned around and saw me and stood in this pose for about a minute! Love this baby!! Laura in KY.
Submitted by: Jeff Harned on Oct 27, 2014Harold,
Montana 2014! A great group of guys. Birds every where. You have truly built a community around your exceptional Brittany's.
Thanks so much for the helping us get lined out. It was a trip we will never forget.. Jeff H.
Submitted by: Keith in GA on Oct 19, 2014Harold. As you see from the attached photo they have it made… BiebelBrittany Cocoa has found a favorite chair. BiebelBrittany Bodie likes them all. Thanks again, Keith.
Submitted by: Alix in Florida on Oct 18, 2014Hi Harold, Love these photo updates!
Coming up on a year in late November with our beloved Dash!
He is the most loving animal! He tugs our heartstrings. He thrives outdoors, but keeps a sentry's vigil at every window especially since the house has window seats.
Dash has so many wonderful character traits! I believe he is a perfect specimen of the Brittany breed! He is a beauty to watch in the field as he bounds out the door each morning!
He loves to accompany me in the Kawasaki mule, while I patrol the horse pastures for poo.
The only issue is...his athleticism......amazing at all times at all times in the field but most especially ....
when escaping from our rented acreage to the adjacent woodlands.
Now our resident neighbor's Husky taught Dash to dig and push the woven fencing out from the bottom when he first got here last winter.
So I spent days putting rocks around the base fencing then Patching the rusted fencing with new replacement wire fence. This past summer Dash figured out that he can hurdle over any fencing 3ft and shorter....so I pulled 5 ft fencing against the existing fence.
No problems, "Diesel"the Husky who weighs 90 pounds showed him how to hurl himself on top extension of added fencing it, bending wrinkling it downward!
So every AM, I go out and bend, stretch it back up. A month ago I added horse panels to the mix in his favorite escape spots.
That kept him put til he realized, hey, just scale the darn fence like a ladder.
The good news is Dash beautiful white legs are visible from acres away, because the rest of him is camouflaged against the dark woods and even when you keep your eye on him, he can disappear.
Dash wears the Sporting collar so if he is roaming within the 500 ft or yards Within its range, sometimes I can retrieve him. I say sometimes because if his focus on whatever bird, bunny or deer has disappeared, then I can get him back...if the battery isn't dead.
Honestly we don't know what our lives would be without him!
Yesterday we just folded up his bedtime crate because with the cool weather, he prefers to spoon with Rick in the bed!
Submitted by: Brock in ND on Oct 18, 2014Hi Brock. How are the 2 new pups doing? Harold. They're good! Making themselves at home already as you can see. Jax likes to chew on anything he can find still but he's getting a hang of things. He already knows how to "sit" and "lay down" so I'm happy with him. Still trying to get the old hounds to get used to him....once I can get them to sit next to each other I'll send you a picture of all 4 of our Biebel Brittany's
Submitted by: Dan D. on Oct 15, 2014Hey Harold,
It's been a while since I spoke to you about dogs. I got Tommy and Sarge from you. Tommy was first. He is out of your stud dog Mike, HB Conky Tonkin and Braska, and I purchased him as a finished dog. I hope you remember him, I attached a few pics. Anyway Tommy is getting older, 8 now, and he has been the greatest bird dog I have ever seen. I have hunted him all across the US, and get nothing but compliments about him. He is the strongest running dog I have ever owned, and he has the most desire I have ever seen. He never quits, ever, doesn't matter how bad the hunting is he's always on the go.
I have been considering breeding him to get my next Tommy going, and I was wondering if you had a female that would match up well with him, to produce more little Tommy's. I would love to have a few more of him.
Let me know your thoughts.
Thanks Dan D